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Allsopp, Henry Richard, 5th Baron Hindlip

Date of birth:
July 1st, 1912 (London, United Kingdom)
Date of death:
December 19th, 1993 (Salisbury/Wiltshire, United Kingdom)
Service number:
50866
Nationality:
British (1801-present, Kingdom)

Biography

1st July 1946: Major
26th May 1949: Retired

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Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Major
Unit:
British Military Staff, Communications zone (COMZ), European Theater of Operations (ETOUSA), U.S. Army
Awarded on:
November 14th, 1947
"For meritorious service in connection with military operations while serving as a member of the British Military Staff at Headquarters. Communications zone ETOUSA, from 15 December 1944 to 8 May 1945. Major Allsopp was charged with the responsibility of maintaining liaison between British authorities and the G-2 staff of Headquarters, Communication zone and Headquarters Advance Section, Communications zone. His knowledge of British and American army organisation, his cooperative spirit in dealing with difficult problems, and his unfailing tact, courtesy, and devotion to duty were of valuable assistance to headquarters, Communications zone in the performance of its mission. Major Allsopp rendered outstanding services which reflect credit on himself and the Allied armies."

Field Marshal,
Commanding-in-Chief,
21st Army Group
Bronze Star  Medal (BSM)

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